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Hillary's Plan for Helping the Poor: Let Them Eat Platitudes

September 23 2016
by Charlotte Hays

She is fluent in the language of policy, but what about her actual policies?

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Our Annual Reminder about Marriage and Poverty

September 23 2016
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie

What the Census data tell us . . .

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Hillary's Killer Death Tax

September 23 2016
by Charlotte Hays

She and Bill have foundations so a hefty death tax won't affect Chelsea.

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ObamaCare’s Next Millennial Push

September 23 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Just another exercise in insanity . . .

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What's Better than Driverless Cars? Moderator-less Debates!

September 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

It's time to rethink the format of presidential debates and Mollie Hemingway has a brilliant idea with regard to moderators: throw the bums out!

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The Monday Night Presidential Debate: The Topic Should Be Terror

September 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

In the light of Ahmad Khan Rahami and his pressure-cooker bomb and the St. Cloud, Minn. stabber who shouted Allahu Akbar, Daniel Henninger of the Wall Street Journal thinks the evening will turn into a debate about terror: I'm not so sure.

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EpiPen’s CEO in the Hot Seat Over Price Spikes

September 22 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

A congressional hearing into costs of a life-saving auto injector delivered few answers and missed the role that cronyism played in distorting the market.

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Forget the London Blitz: We Now Have Gender Shrapnel

September 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Fortunately, there's a way to combat it: hire more pricey administrators.

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Income Statistics

September 21 2016
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie

The news on household income is both better and worse than recent headlines suggest.

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What Happens When Minimum Wage Hikes Meet Robots?

September 21 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Technology is changing the way we work. We need to address how we train and educate younger workers.

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Hillary Clinton Lays Out Her Plan for "Helping" the Poor

September 21 2016
by Charlotte Hays

What can you say about a woman who views food stamps and the Affordable Care Act as good news?

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The Existential Meaning of Jimmy Fallon's Encounter with America's Most Famous Combover

September 21 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Behind the rage . . .

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Help! My Sons Roll Their Eyes When I Deliver My Eleventy-First Lecture on "Rape Culture"!

September 21 2016
by Charlotte Allen

They're boys, so something must be wrong with them.

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Food Mag Accused of "Cultural Appropriation" for Showing a White Male Eating Pho

September 20 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Next: Papa John's pizza in trouble because "Papa John" isn't actually Italian.

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Can You Tell the Difference between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault?

September 20 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Christine Rosen: Our culture now regularly elides harassment and assault.

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Obama Administration Jumps in Driver’s Seat of Driverless Cars

September 20 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

The Obama Administration is setting a precedent for Washington’s role in controlling emerging technology.

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Terror and PC Pieties: We May Find They Don't Mix

September 20 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Two important lessons from last weekend . . .

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Arrest Warrant Issued for Green Party Presidential Candidate

September 19 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

She trespassed and vandalized property in protest of a pipeline-- and the Obama administration rewarded such criminal behavior.

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Poll: More Americans Skeptical of College’s Value

September 19 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Higher education really isn’t making a good case for itself.

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Don't Like Hillary Clinton? That's Our Fault, Not Hers

September 19 2016
by Charlotte Allen

We haven't been "trained" to see that she's actually lovable, and it's all misogyny's fault anyway.

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If Income Is Up, Why Do Americans Still Feel Squeezed?

September 16 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Household incomes for rural America and American suburbs still lag despite national gains, especially in swing states.

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Chicago Lawmakers Trying to Put Brakes on Driverless Cars

September 16 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

While Uber’s autonomous cars got the green light in Pittsburgh, Chicago has red lighted any efforts to bring new innovation to its roadways.

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Should Supreme Court Justices Be Elected?

September 16 2016
by Charlotte Hays

It goes against the grain to consider changing a practice that dates from the earliest days of the republic, but Glenn Reynolds makes a compelling case.

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Who Could Have Predicted This?: Report Says High-Earning New Yorkers Fleeing High Taxes

September 16 2016
by Charlotte Hays

But liberal nonprofit senselessly counters that if you make $1 million a year high taxes won't bother you.

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Time Mag: Trump Loses Late Night TV

September 16 2016
by Charlotte Hays

The Comedy Establishment is just another branch of the Elite Establishment whose disdain for non-elites is increasingly unfunny.

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